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Use this template to explain your analysis of how burden has affected entities or populations. For example you might explain your analysis of how new tax or fee will affect the business entities in your area; how companys reduction in staff will affect remaining employees; or how increased toxics in the air will affect the neighborhoods surrounding new chemical plant. Proposal Pack includes many templates that deal with specialized types of analysis. For accounting uses you may want to choose from the following templates. Breakeven Analysis Cash Flow Analysis or Cost Benefit Analysis. For other business purposes you may want to choose one of these specialized templates. Competitive Analysis Location Analysis Risk Analysis or SWOT Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities and Analysis. Introduce the topic of burden analysis and describe why this analysis is important to this proposal. Subject of Analysis Describe the burden that you have analyzed or propose to analyze. For example you might describe new taxes on specific components commonly used in manufacturing. Analysts
Describe who performed or will perform the analysis and why they are qualified to examine and make recommendations on the subject. Analysis Methodology Describe how the analysis has been or will be performed. Offsets of Burden Describe any factor that may offset the cost of the burden. For example the cost of new recycling regulations might be offset by savings in the cost of trash hauling services. Results of Analysis If the analysis has been completed describe the results here. If you are proposing an analysis describe how when and to whom results will be reported.